Changing Comfort Levels


Lisbeth Ceballos is vice president of housekeeping at G6 Hospitality. A native of Venezuela, Ceballos came to the U.S. at the age of 17 with a plan to build a career in the hospitality industry. As a trailblazer, Ceballos is used to navigating through uncomfortable situations, but she’s never faced anything as complex and uncertain as the coronavirus outbreak. Ceballos tells how she now defines “comfort” and how hotels can offer solace to their guests now and in the future as part of What’s Your Story? and featured in our digital conference called LodgingStream: A Brave New World that took place live on April 30.

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